Frog Systems will be at this year’s Watercooler event at ExCel London, providing regular live demonstrations of our digital platform Ashia for businesses looking for an affordable employee wellbeing support solution.
The Watercooler is an interactive, free-to-attend, two-day conference and exhibition bringing together leading minds from across the business and mental health industries to champion employee wellbeing and workplace culture.
Our team will be on stand W415 for both days of the show, April 25th – 26th. See for yourself how our unique, streaming-style platform Ashia provides relatable and holistic support that is easily and safely accessible for every employee – from the stockroom right up to the boardroom.
Phil Worms, CEO of Frog Systems, said: “This is our second year at The Watercooler and we look forward to meeting the many visitors to the event who are looking for an affordable solution to support the mental health and wellbeing of their employees.
“As our recent research highlights, there’s a disconnect between what employers have been providing and what employees say they want when it comes to support for their wellbeing, particularly with the continuing cost of living struggles.
“With 16 wellbeing channels, the most comprehensive support and resources directory, and real-time analytics, and not priced per employee, we believe Ashia is the piece in the jigsaw that many businesses are missing.
“Wellbeing support shouldn’t be the preserve of large organisations. It should be available to all because having health and happy people coming to work has a direct impact on productivity and your bottom line.”
The Watercooler provides the opportunity to learn from the brightest and most innovative minds, with over 100 speakers – including Clarke & Carrie Carlisle, Peter Cheese, Chief Executive, CIPD and Chair, What Works Centre for Wellbeing, and Kate Goodger, Head of Human Innovation and Performance, Laing O’Rourke – across a vast schedule of conference and workshop sessions.
The programme is curated into three areas of wellbeing—Mental & Physical, Social & Inclusive, and Financial & Environmental – with content and interactive opportunities covering topics from balancing productivity and wellbeing in a hybrid world of work with a culture of psychological safety, the impact of the cost of living crisis on wellbeing and what employers can do about it and women’s health in the workplace: the critical role of business.
Register for your FREE ticket to The Watercooler today and pre-book a demonstration of Ashia or just visit our friendly team on stand W415 during the event.